Our Team


Volunteers wanted to help develop Rainbow Unbroken’s community. Become a part of our team! Please contact us for additional information. All are welcomed to apply regardless of orientation, gender identity, personal beliefs, or any other unique characteristic. Apply here.

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TEAM DIRECTORY

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Senior Members

Oversee the overall development of Rainbow Unbroken. Support team members to effectively perform responsibilities.

Guest Bloggers

Share one or more posts, typically concerning their personal process with reconciling life, beliefs, and sexuality.

Blog Contributors

Commit to posting on a self-determined, regular basis on any topic related to the theme of this community.

Crossroads Support Team **NEW**

Oversee the overall development of Crossroads. Support Instructors to effectively perform responsibilities.

Crossroads Instructors **NEW**

Design and facilitate online courses for Crossroads. Volunteers have the flexibility to develop courses that reflect the diversity of our community, as well as match interests of both instructors and participants. Commitment level is self-determined.

Forum Managers

Oversee the overall development of RU Connected?!. Support forum team members to effectively perform responsibilities.

Forum Facilitators

Commit to encouraging dialog within self-chosen topics, on a self-determined timely basis.

Forum Moderators

Enforce community guidelines regarding obvious infractions. Work together as a team to address gray areas of concern.

Social Media Managers

Work together as a team to oversee the distribution of community-related information on Facebook, Twitter, and other Rainbow Unbroken social media sites. Individually respond to comments and other feedback.

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TEAM MEMBERS

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Senior Members

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Suzanne K Coleman
Founding Member of Rainbow Unbroken
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Suzanne grew up in a conservative Christian family, one deeply rooted in the Assemblies of God for several generations. Her parents faithfully served the Lord as ministers, following the footsteps of her grandparents and great grandparents who served as career missionaries to South Africa. As a teenager, Suzanne felt called to become a minister. However, several obstacles kept her from responding. (Continue Reading)
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Guest Bloggers

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CindiK: Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) had a reputation for being open to Lesbian and Gay people, but I wasn’t sure that they would be ok with transgender people. Even so, I disclosed my history and was accepted. I also disclosed my gender identity issues to my classmates at the orientation retreat… Read More
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Alice: I used to think that being a bisexual was a personal choice. When I was younger, I never cared about gay issues and I thought that all gay people CHOSE to be gay. It was only after I met my first love, (let’s call her Victoria), that my ideas completely flipped. Victoria changed me and made me into someone else completely different. Before I met her, I was an anti-gay Christian. I’ve always felt that I had bisexual tendencies, but I thought I had beaten them and turned completely straight. That was me throughout high school… Read More
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Cameron: I grew up as a Unitarian Universalist, and it gave me the opportunity to explore sexuality and gender identity on my own, which is a chance I do not take for granted, and am forever grateful for… Read More
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A. Nolan Westwick: I grew up between poor and middle class neighborhoods. I am a student, and a straight male Ally for the LGBTQA community. I encourage everyone to follow what’s in their heart, no matter what the future holds… Read More

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Crossroads Support Team

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Crossroads Instructors

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Forum Managers

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Forum Facilitators

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Forum Moderators

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Social Media Managers

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